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MUSIC—Current Swell

These Vancouver indie rockers should play lots of material from their latest album, Ulysses (2014), which means Classics and English Lit majors won’t want to miss out.

Wednesday, Oct. 8, 8 p.m., Petit Olympia (1282 Amherst). Tickets $15.

THEATRE—The Drunken Show: Over The Limit

Pay $20 and watch drunk comedians get collectively drunker and potentially funnier

Friday, Oct. 11, 8:30 p.m., Theatre Sainte Catherine (264 Rue Sainte Catherine Est). Tickets $21.25

MUSIC—Blank Bullets and Play 4 Keeps

The official event for these two local bands is called “Did You Wipe?” and promises funk, rock, and toilet paper—encouraging you to BYOR (Bring Your Own Roll).

Tuesday, Oct. 14, 9 p.m., Petit Campus (55 Prince Arthur East). Cover $5.

MUSIC—Lights

Expert performer at an excellent venue, relatively inexpensive at around $25, worth it.

Friday, Oct. 18, 7 p.m., Le National (1220 Rue Sainte Catherine Est). Tickets $25 advance.

FILM—Au Contraire Film Festival

Featuring various jury-selected films from around the world that look to explore and change perspectives towards mental health, this will be very worthy of the walk west on Sherbrooke.

Wednesday, Oct. 22 to Saturday, Oct. 25 at various times, Montreal Museum of Fine Arts (1380 Sherbrooke Ouest). Tickets start at $10.

NIGHTLIFE—Montreal Zombie Walk

A Montreal classic: Zombies, make-up, and method stumbling all for free Halloween fun!

Saturday, Oct. 25, 3 p.m., Place Des Arts Metro, free.

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